Congratulations to Tatiana Giraud (ESE) who was awarded the Grand Prix Scientifique Louis D 2017 by the Institut de France!
This prize rewards her work on the fungi genomics and on the mecanisms of adaptation.
What is IDEEV?
IDEEV (Institute for the Diversity, Ecology and Evolution of the Living World) is a research federation, comprising four founder units and fifteen associated teams which are all located on the Gif/Orsay campus.
IDEEV’s main fields of research are ecology and evolution, involving a wide range of organisms such as prokaryotes (bacteria and archea) and eukaryotes (microorganisms, plants, fungi and animals). Several approaches are used, from quantitative genetics to functional ecology including biology, genetics and population genomics. Various levels are considered from genome to ecosystems, using high throughput sequencing technology. One of the main aims of the research conducted at IDEEV is to study the origins, preservation and evolution of biodiversity. This includes in particular the reaction of ecosystems and their associated species to environmental change, whether this is of anthropogenic origin or not.
Ecoutez la présentation du projet IDEEV par Pierre Capy, Directeur de la fédération de recherche.